Modelling CO 2 effects on wheat with varying nitrogen supplies

@inproceedings{Jamiesona2000ModellingC2,
  title={Modelling CO 2 effects on wheat with varying nitrogen supplies},
  author={P. D. Jamiesona and J. Berntsenb and F. Ewertc and B. A. Kimballd and J. E. Olesenb and Paul J. Pinter and J. R. Porterc and M. A. Semenove},
  year={2000}
}
  • P. D. Jamiesona, J. Berntsenb, +5 authors M. A. Semenove
  • Published 2000
Crop simulation models are an essential tool for testing whether predicted global atmospheric changes are likely to have impact on food production. Any confidence in model predictions must be based on their ability successfully to predict performance in experiments. Accordingly, the predictions of three daily time step wheat simulation models (AFRCWHEAT2, FASSET and Sirius) were tested against data from wheat ( Triticum aestivumL.) experiments in AZ in which the amount of applied N and the… CONTINUE READING
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